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Maddison Miller


Maddison Miller is a Darug woman, researcher and archaeologist. Maddi advocates for broader acceptance and incorporation of Aboriginal knowledge systems in design, urban research and architecture. She is the co-chair of the Indigenous Advisory Group to the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub of the National Environmental Science Program. She was an inaugural participant of the Joan Kirner Young and Emerging Women Leaders Program. In 2019, she was the first Indigenous delegate of Australia at the UNESCO World Heritage Meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Maddi was a participant in the 2020 Signal Boost program. Since Signal Boost, Maddi has had her work featured in Wheeler Centre Notes, the Emerging Writer Festival Podcast Vignettes, and has produced an audio installation as part of Emu Sky, an exhibition of Aboriginal ecological knowledge at the University of Melbourne.

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